birds

Five Gifts to Help Wild Birds

The holiday season (or any time of the year) is a great time to give gifts that help out your local wild birds. Even if it’s a gift for yourself! …

red-winged blackbird

For the Future of Denver’s Parks, Natural Areas and Wildlife – Vote YES on 2A

When we think about nature and the great outdoors in Colorado the places that come to mind are often our world-famous mountains, national parks and forests. Though, for so many …

Make the Right Choice for Birds, Bass and Butterflies

From golden-winged warblers to Chatahoochee bass to monarch butterflies, Georgia’s wildlife depend on protected and abundant forests, waterways and parks to survive and flourish. By voting YES for Amendment 1 …

eastern tiger swallowtail caterpillar

Plan Next Year’s Staycation Garden Safari

Why go on a safari when a safari could come to you? Imagine yourself sipping lemonade on your lawn chair while strange and marvelous creatures entertain you. This is what …

100 Years Strong: Protecting the Future of the Migratory Bird…

A bird known as a limpkin unexpectedly spotted in Louisiana.

Birders, Snails and the Limpkin

red fox and kit

15 Small Ways to Make a Big Difference for Wildlife

'i'iwi

Will This Rare Hawaiian Forest Bird Go Extinct?

Read wildlife photographer Jim Denny’s story of the declining Hawaiian i`iwi and the lobelia flower that depend upon one another. Then, please join with the National Wildlife Federation and partners …

gosling near the water

Five Epic Family Wildlife Getaways

Are you looking for your next great trip, but want to stay close to home? Lucky for you the same places that wildlife call home are also fun, easy, and …

More Beavers Equals More Birds

We know that beavers are busy critters. They build habitat for fish and wildlife when they create natural structures in streams and rivers that slow down and spread out water. …

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